It is reported that the Asia-Pacific region is expected to be the largest 5G region by 2025. The leading 5G markets include Australia, China, Japan, and South Korea.
According to the latest research released by GSMA Intelligence, Asian regions will begin deploying commercial 5G networks starting next year. By 2025, 5G connections in Asia will reach 675 million, more than half of the total number of 5G connections in the world at that time. Filling compound
GSMA director general Mats Granryd said: “The Asia-Pacific region has experienced rapid migration to mobile broadband networks and smart phones in recent years. Entering the 5G era, the Asia Pacific region will play a pioneering role. In the next few years, Asian mobile operators will invest nearly 200 billion USD to upgrade and expand 4G networks and launch new 5G networks to accelerate the digital economy and social development in Asia." flooding compound
The report said that early 5G services based on 3GPP Release 15 in Asia are expected to focus on enhancing mobile broadband services and complementing the capabilities and capabilities of existing mobile broadband networks, especially in dense urban areas. However, the next phase of 5G (3GPP Release 16) will lay the groundwork for supporting future 5G use cases and innovations, including a large number of connectivity and Internet of Things (IoT), as well as key communications services such as remote surgery, autonomous driving, and smart grids and Low-latency services such as virtual reality. Filling jelly
With the advent of 5G commercialization, 4G is also growing rapidly and has now become the mainstream mobile technology in Asia. Asia has the most advanced 4G markets in the world, such as Japan and South Korea, as well as the emerging markets such as India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam, which are accelerating their transition to 4G. In 2025, 62% of mobile connections in Asia are expected to operate on 4G networks and 14% on 5G networks.